White House Walks Back Biden’s Claim That Pandemic Is Over

(PresidentialWire.com)- Just days after Joe Biden stated the pandemic was finished,  White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre warned on Tuesday that Covid remains a concern.

In an appearance with 60 Minutes, Joe Biden stated that the Covid epidemic was gone. It was Joe Biden’s first interview with an American news channel in almost a year.
Biden explained to host Scott Pelley that the pandemic has ended, but there are still issues with Covid. Biden said we’re still working hard on it, but the outbreak has ended.

Will all the unvaccinated federal and healthcare personnel fired or forced to quit be rehired since the pandemic is over? The Covid swindlers and power grabbers, on the other hand, never want the pandemic to stop.

Jean-Pierre tried her best to spin away Biden’s statement.

Reports show that White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre stated that Covid was still a concern.  She explained that President Biden also said that and was quite explicit about it in his 60 Minutes interview.

During an interview on MSNBC, US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy also questioned Joe Biden’s statement.  He said that, on average, we lose 400 individuals every day to the illness, and we need to reduce that number. Murthy explained that there are people who are suffering from long Covid.

But that’s not the same as still being in a pandemic.

Meanwhile, an ABC survey finds that voters have little faith in anything President Joe Biden says, and they don’t think he has done much.

 

Reports show the poll was hidden on ABC’s This Week and The Washington Post buried it in the last line of a 35-paragraph article.  Near the year’s end, President Biden continues to be a drag for Democratic candidates.  According to the Post-ABC poll, he has a 39 percent approval rating, with 53 percent disapproval, including 41 percent strongly disapproving. The proportion of Americans who believe Biden has accomplished anything has increased from 35% last November to 40% now, yet a 57 percent majority still believes he has not accomplished much or anything at all.